Langshaw Marble Lime Works

Brisbane City, Australia

Langshaw Marble Lime Works

Langshaw Marble Lime Works is a heritage-listed remains of a former lime kiln at 12 Julius Street, New Farm, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was built from c. 1878 to c. 1881. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 13 October 1997.

The lime kilns on the banks of the Brisbane River at New Farm, below Julius Street, appear to have been established in the late 1870s by Brisbane merchant James Campbell, who traded as James Campbell and Sons from 1882 and James Campbell and Sons Ltd from 1896, and who had established the Langshaw Marble Lime Works on the New Farm site by 1881.



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